Future Gets Clowned By Fans After Making Claims That He’s ‘Bigger’ Than Jay-Z In the Streets

The future was feeling itself Friday night.

The rapper took to Twitter and made some huge, controversial claims. Use the social media platform to do what many rappers do in their music, showing off how successful they are as an artist. While there’s nothing notorious about it, what made some of his followers take a double take is when he decided to compare his street success with that of Jay-Z.

He initially wrote three different tweets, “I’m the only one who can get YE to stand up anytime, anywhere…” He then followed up on his next tweet saying, “Everything I do is legendary or I want to get done. Just gotta.” In a recent tweet, he launched a spree. His schadenfreude by mentioning the New York rapper.

He said, “On the streets I’m older then Giga. Emma ran to me so easily.” The tweets left many fans confused and even many defending Jay-Z. One person said, “Lol Jigga can do the three things he mentioned.”

Several people cheered him on for his spelling, noting that he used the word “want” when what he really meant was “no.” Someone mentioned this writing, “He can do all of that but can’t tell when to use ‘want’ versus ‘don’t want’.”

Others talked about the future famous relationship with the singer Ciara. The two were together, engaged, and had a son, Future Jr. together. But shortly after his birth, the two called off the engagement and separated. Ciara is now married to Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and they have two children.

When Wilson first called Ciara, he rose to the plate to be a father figure for her future son. This was a move that was celebrated by some and criticized by many, including Future himself.

Speaking of the relationship, a commentator asked rhetorically, “But are you older than Russell Wilson in your sons’ lives, TUH?” Someone else took another step and wrote, “Obviously still annoyed with Jay-Z” playing football with ya son lyric lol. “

The person is referring to the song “Kill Jay-Z” on his 4:44 album where he sang, “I don’t even know what you’re going to do/future other niggas playing soccer with your kid.” Many listeners interpreted this as a huge blow to Future. Future later claimed in an interview that Jay-Z told him “I didn’t mean it that way.”

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